National laws, local regulations, tax rules etc. owning real estate in several countries become easier, simpler and more comfortable if we assist you by taking responsibility for the management of your properties.
Several countries offer incentives to attract wealthy individuals and families. From no income tax or no inheritance tax to specific status, there is a wide range of solutions. We are here to assist you in choosing the one that fits your strategy and to tailor it around your circumstances.
Historically the first «real estate agent» was the much derided steward who was in charge of managing lands, acquisition and disposition, collecting revenue and taxes for and on behalf of his Lord, and managing the workforce. Then at the turn of the XIX century with the emergence of the capitalist economy and the growth of urban centres appeared what is now known as real estate agents, professional middle men, generally from legal education or with some land connections, who traded lands and properties for the rising bourgeoisie/entrepreneurs. The profession then evolved into its modern forms and specialisations. With the advent of modern technologies and specifically internet it has never been so easier to trade in real estate across the globe for a fraction of the cost. Expertise is around the corner at a flick of the «mouse»...
Braddar Property intends to return to the «roots» of the profession as we believe that it is how to create value for our customers. Real Estate agents, unlike Banks, do not have ready- made profiles for investors based on risk aversion and long term banking relationships. Therefore we have decided to provide family office services to our clients encompassing all aspects of wealth management.
In a shrinking world it is not extraordinary for our clients to be owners of real estate in several countries. They may wish to live in another country than the one they hail from. This can be a daunting process that needs careful planning as it attracts tax consequences at the time of expatriation and in the future. Real estate is an important component of wealth and must be dealt with in a professional manner. Generally expatriation requires the acquisition of property (principal residence or investment programme), which should also be scrutinised.
Braddar Property is here to assist in the entire process either directly or through selected attorneys to mitigate tax and administrative consequences ensuring that an expatriation becomes a positive experience.